From GE appliances and Louisville Sluggers to disco balls and Elvis costumes.
"You need to understand hydraulics, pneumatics, electronics for this job."-Tucker
GE brings good things to Louisville academia.
Forty- three years ago, GI-turned-GE engineer Winston Shelton designed the machines that continue to fry KFC's chicken. Today, at 90, he's still innovating for the food-service industry.
After reviewing the initial applications, the company will contact the applicants considered most qualified for further testing and interviews. Starting pay for the new positions will be $13.03 an hour plus benefits, including healthcare and retirement savings.
Local news for June 30, 2011
Local news for June 28, 2011
The Kimbels know, to the penny, how much it costs to keep their new, all-electric home in Jeffersontown’s Stone Lakes subdivision running every day, year-round.